We're keeping you up-to-date on all the latest news and information about the Coronavirus pandemic as it pertains to New Jersey.
What do workers want from employers in returning to the office?
Changes in work-life balance and the ability to do a job entirely from home may be irreversible trends even when workers are permitted to go back to their places of employment.
Republican Lawmakers Want Murphy to Provide Reopening Timetable
Republican state Senators want clear benchmarks from Gov. Phil Murphy as to when businesses deemed "non-essential" will be allowed to open.
Murphy Expects Non-essential Retailers to Require Masks
Gov. Phil Murphy said he expects to require masks be worn in New Jersey's nonessential businesses when they open up.
NJ Unemployment has Paid Claims to 1.1 Million People
New Jersey saw the lowest weekly total of people seeking unemployment benefits since the coronavirus outbreak struck, the state Labor Department said Thursday.
NJSIAA Establishes COVID-19 H.S. Sports Advisory Task Force
The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association has established a second task force to plan and coordinate a safe return of high school sports.
CVS Opens 45 More Drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Sites in NJ
A CVS staffer will watch a person administer the test in their car. The customer leaves the sample in a box that CVS sends to a third-party lab, which will return results in three days.
Moreys Piers to Close Water Park, One of its Piers for '20 Season
Morey's Piers have announced that Ocean Oasis Water Park and and Beach Club and one of its amusement piers will not be opening this summer due to COVID-19.
Shelter to Hold Pet Food Giveaway Saturday in Vineland
The South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter in Vineland will be holding a pet food giveaway this Saturday for families that are struggling to feed their furry friends.
Food Industry Shares Plans to Reopen Restaurants in New Jersey
The NJ Restaurant and Hospitality Association has put together an extensive plan for eating establishments in the state to reopen while mitigating the spread of coronavirus.
NJ Guidelines for July Graduations Leave Districts With Questions
State guidelines released Wednesday night for college as well as private and public school graduations in July have left education officials with unanswered questions.